Wood is considered to be the most outstanding material that gives a classiness to every kind of furniture piece it is drawn into. Wooden furniture available in a variety of styles, colors and textures and has the capability to alter the appearance of any room from dull to chic. Wood working is something that would never change, no matter how advanced the people may become. Unique wood design, a family company which started with building boats and yachts in 1979, realized the charisma and warmth of this material and started to construct elegant Wooden Bathtubs and sinks.
Using their top level carpentry and boat building technology, they creatively designed brilliant pieces of bathtubs. They chose wood as a material to their bathtubs as besides having a splendid appeal, wood also has outstanding thermal insulation properties. Adding Wooden Bathtubs to the home is an excellent idea for your dream interior. It does not only matches with your contemporary décor but also provides an exclusive touch to your home.
Each of the bathtubs in their bathtub series is quite unique and different from traditional bathtubs. The collection of these elegant Wooden Bathtubs is divided into two categories namely the Classic and Tlon. Out of the two, the line of Classic Wooden Bathtubs is incredibly designed and each appears like pods or nests. Whereas, the Wooden Bathtubs included in the Tlon bathtub range are seemingly inspired by Japanese bathtubs because of their boxy shape. As the designers have an expertise in yacht building techniques, so you can be sure that their products are sealed against water, regardless of how long you soak for.
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